The determined Mitch and his boss and other members of the team, efforts to expose the mole in their mist.
Recognition that the damaged camera left at the site where the abducted agent, was tortured was left with intent to convince team that the abduction was real.
When the FBI agent was sent back to the US, without achieving his goal of pursuing Mitch for misappropriation of funds. Also the scene in the bank vaults.Yes
How closely it mirrored the truth as to what goes on in our government.
Flynn wins again
Reminiscent of most of the Mitch Rapp series.
The reader keeps up the cadence and flow of the narrative.
As usual there is a lot of dark humor in the book.
Vince Flynn's books are very fast paced reads. If you care for the genere, this book won't dissapoint. Mitch Rapp's straight forard methods of dealing with miscreants is always refreshing. If only real life were so simple.
As always, Vince Flynn adds that extra thrill to the plot. I have listened to many of his books and always look forward to a gripping story and a great climax. Keep up the good work Vince.
Twist and turns combined middle east intrigue make this book woven with current events an exciting listen.
This is the first in the Mitch Rapp series that I've read, and I was spellbound. Although the level of violence is higher than I like, I think it goes along with this genre (spy thriller). I think it says a lot about a novel when the first thing you want to do when you finish is read another one by the the same author, which is what I'm doing now.
I researched the author a bit. Although he remains cagey about his own politics, it turns out Flynn is a regular on Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh, so there is no question where his opinions lie. I didn't realize this when I read "Last Man", and I enjoyed it more because of my ignorance. Now I'm on to another Rapp series, and I now notice the ranting against Democrats and liberals (sort of Ayn Rand, but subtler and in pants), and it greatly reduces my interest in the series, being a Democrat and liberal myself.
I've heard this narrator doing more books than I can count, but he's good, and keeps the tenor and pace of the book nicely.
Another great Mitch Rapp novel. And it leaves many questions unanswered for more Mitch.
It helps put the Middle East in perspective.
The mystery slowly unfolds and unexpected turns show up on the next page.
Decent story with some thought-provoking suggestions for when the excrement hits the rotating blades. For this reader - not a page burner.
Am a little troubled about this whole zombie thing (and this has nothing to do with this author or story). Why the repeated "zombie" drills by so many local, national and now, international gov'ts? Military exercises against large numbers of unarmed civilians? Hmmm?
It was read with enthusiasm, fervor and vigor.
I almost did!!!
Excellent, I was a huge James Patterson fan until I got a hold of Mitch Rap!
would not be my first choice the next time
That of course, it was a setup, it got predictable.... I fast forwarded till the end.
The performance was good, nice voice.
nice book, but forgettable! especially if you read a lot in this genre. I found it overall entertaining.